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Biden Unhinged in VP Debate, while Ryan exuded self-control

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  Last night’s Vice Presidential debate did put more pressure on Vice President Biden, who was tasked with delivering the same old progressive talking points about taxes, foreign policy, abortion, and health care – albeit with a little more spiritedness.  However, the pervasive grinning, smiling, and interrupting came off as egregiously arrogant and condescending.  Biden conveyed a “I’m gonna kill ...

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Six Trillion Dollar Man: A Lyrical Evisceration of Obama

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Justen Charters, co-founder of Resistance 44, is sick of Obamanomics.  After all, President Obama  is “the six trillion dollar man” who “doesn’t have a budget plan”  and “basic economics is something he doesn’t understand.”  Enjoy! #obamastyle P.S. Justen, you didn’t make this song – somebody else made this happen.

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Conservative Rap Video Going Viral

You know you’ve made liberals squirm when the Huffington Post writes a scathing article about you. And making liberals uncomfortable is just fine with Justen Charters, the brains behind The Six Trillion Dollar Man rap video that is all the buzz on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook. Charters is no freshmen to creating an internet buzz. As creator ...

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Romney Destroys Obama in First Debate, Left-wingers Go Nuts

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We all got a shot of life Wednesday night from Mitt Romney.  I received a lot of flak, and some insults, for my previous post castigating Romney for lacking joie de vivre, but he came out swinging and left the president looking for his teleprompter.  While some posted polls in the comment section to show Romney’s campaign wasn’t in trouble since we’re ...

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For the millionth time, Social Security adds to the deficit

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  In a bit of new old news, Social Security adds to the federal deficit.  This non-shocking piece of news continues to be either ignored or underreported since the political class is petrified of having the geriatric brigade occupying the front lawns of their homes.  The current unfunded liability of Social Security is $8.6 trillion over the next 75 years. ...

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Voices Without A Vote


These are the voices of our future. Their future hangs in the balance. They can’t vote. But you can. Liberty is never more than one generation from extinction. And they are that generation! YouTube Description: The teenagers who speak in this video belong to These young people realize that if they don’t stand up and speak out for life, ...

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ObamaStamp: The Rising Food Stamp Crisis


As unemployment continues to rise, which has held steady above 8 percent during most of President Obama’s term.  While consumers are spending more of their shrinking income on food, gas, and energy that also continue to rise, the government continues to increase their food stamp dependency.  This temporary safety net created by the government, continues to be a lifestyle for ...

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Why the Federal Debt and Deficit Matter


In 2007 while he was campaigning for President, Barack Obama called George W. Bush irresponsible and un-patriotic for adding $4,000,000,000,000.00 to the US debt during his eight years in office. President Obama was correct in his estimation. That has not prevented him, however, from increasing the debt by $5,000,000,000,000.00 in less than half the time it took George W. Bush. ...

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Paul Ryan’s Defense Of 2008-2009 Votes


One of the big questions since Mitt Romney selected Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as is running mate is whether it would bring in small government conservatives and libertarians on the Romney bandwagon. Ryan is well-liked by people due to his “Roadmap For America’s Future” and his 2009 verbal destruction of Obamacare to the President’s face. There are still a few ...

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Paul Ryan: 2012 Vice Presidential Profile


August 11, 2012: GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney made the announcement that Wisconsin GOP Rep. Paul Ryan is his Vice Presidential running mate for the 2012 Election. PERSONAL INFORMATION Paul Davis Ryan, Jr. was born January 29, 1970, the youngest of  four children of Betty and Paul Murray Ryan.  His father (now deceased) was a lawyer, and his mother is ...

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3 Strikes: Why Paul Ryan Is A Bad Choice For Veep

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“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them” ~Albert Einstein~ . The buzz is deafening. Social Media, the Mainstream Media, and seemingly everyone in-between is buzzing with excitement at Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan being named as Mitt Romney’s possible selection for the Vice Presidential nominee on the GOP ballot this November. Sure, Paul ...

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What Every Citizen Must Know About Our Debt!


In this video, accountant Hal Mason explains in detail, and so simply that even the most strident progressive will be able to understand, how and why the US faces imminent economic disaster! It is vitally important that we all understand this problem, and what it will take to correct it. The video is about five minutes long.

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Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) Takes To the Floor and Raises the Roof!

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Pennsylvania’s Mike Kelly fires up the House of Representatives with a stirring speech about putting politics aside and getting America back to work! His oratory is accompanied by chants of USA USA from other members. The video speaks for itself!

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Senator Patty Murray – Your Money or Your Life!

In a move reminiscent of Bruno Hauptmann, the Senate’s No. 4 Democrat, Senator Patty Murray said, “Millions of jobs could be lost through the automatic cuts, programs families depend on would be slashed irresponsibly across the board, and middle-class tax cuts would expire. And once again, if Republicans won’t work with us on a balanced approach, we are not going ...

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American Energy Means American Recovery


There is widespread consensus that America needs to become energy independent. America’s ever growing dependence on foreign energy putsher at ever-greater risk in a world that is increasingly unstable. Given the current political upheavals in the Middle East, this reality is slapping America in the face with increasing costs at the pump, which are contributing to the cost of goods ...

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